Head of Fitness & Programs

Ron Garcia
Max & Aegle Personal Profile

What's your name?

Ron Garcia

Where are you from?


What's your speciality?

Fat burn Muscle gain Functional strength Injury rehab Mobility and flexibility Older adults

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Three interesting things about me:

I am a true adrenaline junkie: I love surfing, bungee jumping, sky diving & rock climbing. I love my two dogs: Hercules & Diego. I am obsessed with lighthouses and bridges!

Ron has been in the fitness industry for 10 years; He’s qualified in personal training and group exercise. And in the last couple of years, he has transitioned into movement & mobility training and is a Certified Stick Mobility Movement Specialist.

What areas of fitness do you specialise in?
As a Personal Trainer, he specialises in weight gain/loss and strength and conditioning. His Group Exercise qualification includes Les Mills BodyPump, RPM, GRIT, Yoga, BodyArt, TRX, and Freestyle Cycling. He is currently working on his qualification for Pain and Injury Rehabilitation as well as Nutrition.

What are your fitness thoughts & experience?

If you could pass on one piece of training advice to a member at Max & Aegle what would it be?
Do not compromise muscle preparation and recovery, they are equally essential to help you improve your performance by getting to certain positions, range of motion, stability, and control. Most fitness enthusiasts will only focus on training and forget about these two elements without realising that they are exposing themselves to the potential risk of getting injured.

What workout do you like best, and why?
I do love a mix of strength and plyometrics, with the mix of both, I can have strength, speed, and agility.

What’s your favourite part of the club?
I am a massive fan of cycling and strength training. So, you will see me more in the Giro studio and the gym floor.

Why did you become a PT?
I like educating and making people aware of health and fitness, I am a believer that movement and exercise are the best medicine next to laughter.

If you weren’t a PT what would you be, and why?
I would probably open my own restaurant that would cater to different dietary preferences. I am a foodie and I do like to cook and experiment with fusion food.

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